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2 years ago#11
I've had better experiences with nVidia in the past.
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2 years ago#12
While I dont have a problem with AMD at all, I prefer Nvidia. Just overall gives me a smoother gaming experience.
2 years ago#13
The last ATI/AMD graphics card I used was a 9600XT, which I gave away in 2005. I'm using a 460 atm. I know it's getting on a bit, but I want to make it last for a long while yet. When I eventually do decide to replace it, I'll certainly consider all the options, from both nVidia and AMD.
2 years ago#14
my first couple of builds had ATi video cards and drivers were a pain to get back then. So I started using Nvidia and just built brand loyalty since.
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2 years ago#15
MasterDonGero posted...
Where's the third option that says I have no brand preference and price/performance really decides?

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2 years ago#16
amd because they cant compete with intel or nvidia financially so they bribe developers with money so that their games is more optimized
2 years ago#17
I'm using nVidia since every AMD card I get always gives me issues a month in.
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2 years ago#18
Nvidia as I want top of the line quality and cost is a secondary concern. Also, PhysX >>>>>>> TressFX as if that even needs to be pointed out.
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2 years ago#19
MasterDonGero posted...
Where's the third option that says I have no brand preference and price/performance really decides?


Quite. I have both an AMD and an nVidia card in my system. Most of my gaming is done on the AMD card, but then it's an HD6870 and the nVidia card's a GTS 450. I picked it up for multi-boxing and hardware PhysX support
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2 years ago#20
Nvidia
I have had two gpu's die just after the finish of the warranty both were ati one cost me over $300,while my sister is still using my 8 year old 660gt
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